Classes
6 24
2543
44 62
6381
82100
Total
Frequency
12
6
11
5
11
45
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Desired number of classes
Frequency = count data values that fit into classes
Relative frequency:
frequency
Total # of da
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MATH PROJECT
Math Final Project
Alicia Johnston
#4233024
Math14: Introductory Statistics
Pre Health Sciences Program
St. Lawrence College
Professor Heather Topping
April 24, 2017
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MATH PROJECT
1. The method I chose to collect my data fro
MATH 14
Probability
H E AT H E R T O P P I N G
H T O P P I N G @ S L . O N. C A
Probability Definitions
An experiment is the process by which
observations are made.
The sample space is the set of all possible
outcomes of an experiment
An event is one or m
MATH 14
Introductory Definitions
H E AT H E R T O P P I N G
H T O P P I N G @ S L . O N. C A
Definitions
Statistics is an area of mathematics that
allows us to analyze data.
A population is all of the members of a group
for whom we would like to draw a co
MATH 14
Descriptive Statistics
(Continued)
H E AT H E R T O P P I N G
H T O P P I N G @ S L . O N. C A
BoxandWhisker Plot
A way to visualize an entire data set is to use
a boxandwhisker plot, which is also known
as a boxplot.
Ex. Suppose the following
MATH 14
Binomial Probability
Distributions
H E AT H E R T O P P I N G
H T O P P I N G @ S L . O N. C A
Discrete Random Variables
A probability distribution for a random
variable models the probabilities for different
events for that variable.
A random var
MATH 14
Normal Distribution
H E AT H E R T O P P I N G
H T O P P I N G @ S L . O N. C A
Continuous Variables
A probability distribution for a continuous
variable is different from the probability
distributions for discrete variables that we
have seen so f
MATH 14 Winter 2017
Project Requirements
The Culminating Project for evaluation is to be completed at home and in the computer lab, and
is to be completed using Excel and Word (no hand writing).
Only one Word file is to be submitted. All tables and graphs
MATH 14  Assignment 3
(3.33% of final mark, 20 points possible, show all work to receive full credit)
Due Date: Tuesday, April 25, 2017 3:30 PM
1. In testing a method of gender selection, 15 randomly selected couples are treated with
the method, they eac
Ahssan Iltaf
What: Would starting a mobile bungee jumping operation earn enough money to return to
university in fall Why: In May 1993 took his first bungee jump and loved the sport. When: Eight
weeks till May long weekend of summer
Issues
Cost  Platform
Hortons
FROM: MATT SEGUIN, AHSSAN
Introduction
They have been specializing in
coffee and donuts since 1964
They have several awards such
as.
They also organize their
sustainability and
responsibility strategy in 3
pillars; individuals,
communities and
Organizational Background and Cultural Diagnosis:
New Generation Builders Incorporated is a small construction company that builds tiny house
and homes out of shipping containers.
Mission Statement:
Providing a fully sustainable and affordable way of liv
Tim Hortons
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Executive Summary(12 pages)
Tim Hortons, Inc. is positioned within the market as a mature company with a strong
consumer franchise. Broadly, the entity enjoys a strong brand, very profitable franchise
income, strong
During 1964, Tim Horton opened there first restaurant in Hamilton, Ontario. Ever
since, their mainly focus was to have best quality, always fresh product, value,
excellent service and public leadership has been growing in to the largest quick
service rest
tim hortons
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Your Business Name
Your Logo
Comment [N1]: Blue text (or text in italics) will
provide you with instructions for using this template.
Enter your own information when prompted and
delete instructional text before pri
HISTORY
The origins of Mazda Canada date back to Japanese Mazda Motor Corporation, Mazda Canadas
parent company, who made the first Mazda vehicle, the MazdaGo, in 1931. However it was
known back then as Toyo Kogyo C. Ltd. The name
Mazda was adopted in 19
Ahssan Iltaf
Individual product
Supply chain Marketing
The opportunities and threats around the opening of a Second Cup are
at Marleau and McConnell.
Opportunities
Growing business sectors who will be looking for meeting space
Students looking for study
Practice Test 3 Bus 2023
Directions: For each question find the answer that is the best solution provided. There is
only one correct answer.
1.
A random variable that can assume only a finite number of values is referred to as a(n)
a.
infinite sequence
b.
DESCRIPTIVE STATISTICS & PROBABILITY THEORY
1. Consider the following data: 1, 7, 3, 3, 6, 4
the mean and median for this data are
a. 4 and 3
b. 4.8 and 3
c. 4.8 and 3 1/2
d. 4 and 3 1/2
e. 4 and 3 1/3
2. A distribution of 6 scores has a median of 21. If
Chapter 6


Project Network
o Definition, basic rules
o Activitiesonnode (AON) * (be able to draw a basic project network such as those
listed on p. 18990)
Activities, merge, burst, parallel
Looping
Forward pass, backward definition
Program definitio
MARK 4 Retailing Management
Review for Final Test December 12th 2014
This review is intended to help you prepare for the final test. This review is not all
encompassing so please refer to your class notes, the discussion questions and
problems from the te
To: Victoria Workman
From: Matt Seguin, Ahssan Iltaf
Date: Wednesday, October 8th, 2014
Subject: CSR Profile Memo: Tim Hortons
Dear Victoria,
The purpose of this memo is to explain to you the measures that Tim Hortons has gone through
in the past year to
Average Earnings of the Population 15 years or older by Highest Level of Schooling
in Canada (2001 Census)
Level
Some high school
Some post secondary
Trades
College
University
Earnings
$21,230
$25,477
$32,743
$32,736
$48,648
Income Based on Educational Le
Chapter 10
Internal Selection: Assessment and evaluation of employees from within the
organization as they move from job to job via transfer and promotion systems.
Advantages:
 Data gathered on internal candidates often provides greater depth,
relevance,
Project Management PROJ1
ActivityOnNode (AON)
Computations
Forward Pass
ES (early start)
ES = EF from previous activity *
EF (early finish)
EF = ES + duration
* if the next succeeding activity is a merge activity, the largest EF is selected
Backward Pas
BSG Quiz 2 Answers
The highlighted red answers are the ones that are correct. The simplest way of navigating through this
document is to press find and put down a very unique quote from the question on BSG. For example to
find the answer for the question
BSG Quiz 1 Answers
The highlighted red answers are the ones that are correct. The simplest way of navigating through this
document is to press find and put down a very unique quote from the question on BSG. For example to
find the answer for the question